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By Shauna, Submitted on 2015-02-25
What an AMAZING mystery!
Tangled with so many suspects you really don't know who did it until the very end where clues are dropped making you suspect, but not really knowing, until the masks are down and the killer is pointing a gun at the hero.
SO. SO. SO. GOOD!
I couldn't put it down!
Keene Tempest just wants to be a cop, but with his mother's passing he takes up the management of the family hotel.
When one of the local police officers stops to introduce herself, she tells Keene that his mother's death might not be as it seems.
Keene's police-trained mind goes into play and he starts asking the townsfolk questions.
After someone else is then murdered in the hotel, Keene sets out on a journey to find the killer.
But to do that he will also have to solve an old-case armed robbery, and discover the persons behind the multiple shootings that are now happening.
Along the way his family feuding will be mended and a relationship will start with the beautiful local officer named Chaille Donovan.
You will LOVE this story!
By Lisa, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is the first book I have read of Clair M. Poulson's. He has written quite a few but I haven't had a chance to read one before.
This book deals with a police detective, Keene Tempest. He has just lost his mother and is "forced" to take over the family hotel. His mother wished for him to run it, and his siblings agreed with her decision. He does it to respect and honor his mother.
The job held more than he could have ever imagined. His brother is murdered in the hotel, and he discovers that his mother may have also been a murder victim. The detective in him has to discover the truth and solve the case, regardless of his own safety.
He gets to work with a beautiful female cop, Chaille Donovan. Their attraction to each other is instantaneous. They also make a great team working together.
The book takes some interesting twists and turns. At one point I thought I had it all figured out, but soon realized that the plot was more complex than it seemed.
There were a few references to religion in the book, but it played a minor role. This book is a murder investigation with a little romance.